I have a MacBook Air mid 2013 that i got off of eBay it’s could be iCloud locked or efi password locked i took it apple showed them the bill of sale from eBay they told me that i need the original bill of sale that came from apple not an eBay bill of sale it’s not stolen i checked eBay won’t give my money because it’s been over 30days the seller won’t give me the password unless i will pay him for it and eBay told me he had no returns so i went and a matt card it really works got the card from eBay.
I what know what i was told by eBay and there’s no need for you trying to get smart
Ebay doesn't help after 2 months from purchase or if you purchased the item for spares/repair. If you choose to buy a non working item you're supposed to know what you're doing. Free meals are a rare happening in this world.
And other thing it wasn’t listed as non working and its 30 days not two months
Don’t care it’s working now don’t believe that’s it 30days from the time the product is delivered to you check eBay money back policy it say 30 days
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I also bought my MacBook on eBay with exactly the same problem. I urge everyone to refrain from buying there because too many crooks.
I had to research on the internet for a way to research my password. Follow this extensive guide to solve this: https://bit.ly/3x2UAYK
This should be helpful.
von Byron Wayne
Efi Password Unlocker Device EFI BIOS Master| Mac Efi Password Remover tool
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von qassim dennay
I have the same issue I bought mine off offerup and the dude was really nice and all about a year ago well today I wanted to upgraded the storage and after upgrading I realized I the had the blinking folder which I was just gonna reinstall software well to do that I need the efi password and now I wasn’t able to get in even after putting the original ssd in still showing the blinking folder and the efi password bar
von Dillon G
@dwgood2004 - Your issue is the drive doesn't have the required OS on it and/or you failed to startup using the Startup manager Option Key
- Mac startup key combinations
- If your Mac doesn't start up all the way